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Kirsten Hastrup: 'The Viability of a High Arctic Hunting Community: A Historical Perspective’; in Marc Brightman and Jerome Lewis, eds. The Anthropology of Sustainability: Beyond Development and Progress, New York 2017: Palgrave Macmillan (s.145-164).

Heide-Jørgensen, M.P, Flora, J., Andersen, A.O, Stewart, R.E.A., Nielsen, N.H., & Hansen, R.G. 2017. Walrus Movements in Smith Sound: A Canada–Greenland Shared Stock + Supplementary Appendix 1 (See Article Tools). Arctic, 70(3), 308–318. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14430/arctic4661

Elliott KH, JF. Linnebjerg, C Burke, AJ. Gaston, Anders Mosbech, M Frederiksen, and F Merkel. 2017. Variation in Growth Drives the Duration of Parental Care: A Test of Ydenberg’s Model. The American Naturalist. vol. 189, no. 5. Online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/691097

González-Bergonzoni, Ivan, Kasper L. Johansen, Anders Mosbech, Frank Landkildehus, Erik Jeppesen, Thomas A. Davidson. 2017. Small birds, big effects: the little auk (Alle alle) transforms high Arctic ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2016.2572

Mosbech, A., Johansen K. L. 2017. Om Nordvandet og NOW-projektet. Tidsskriftet Grønland, nr. 1/2017, s. 11-12. 

Mosbech, A., Johansen K. L., Davidson T.A., Lyngs, P. 2017. Søkongerne ved Nordvandet – en lille fugl med en stor økologisk betydning. Tidsskriftet Grønland, nr. 1/2017, s. 13-25. 

Dietz R, Mosbech A, Eulaers, I. 2017. Fangstdyr ved Nordvandet og den globale kviksølvforurening. Tidsskriftet Grønland 1/2017: 26-36. (Popular article summarizing results from the work done on mercury pollution in the NOW-project)  

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2017. Collaborative Moments. Expanding the Anthropological Field through Cross-Disciplinary Practice. Ethnos, DOI:10.1080/00141844.2016.1270343

Mercier, F., Mosbech, A., Christensen, T., Boertmann, D., Boye, T. & Rice, J. 2017. The Northern Baffin Bay Ecoregion, Natural Marine World Heritage in the Arctic Ocean, Report of an expert workshop and review process. IUCN, Gland, p. 78-85 

Grønnow, Bjarne. 2016. Living at a High Arctic Polynya: Inughuit Settlement and Subsistence around the North Water during the Thule Station Period, 1910–53. Arctic, VOL. 69 (1), P. 1 – 15. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14430/arctic4573

Tsegazeabe H.H, J. Mergeay, L.J. Weider, R. Sommaruga, Thomas A. Davidson, M. Meerhoff, H. Arndt, K.Jurgens, Erik Jeppesen and L. De Meester. 2016. Environment not dispersal limitation drives clonal composition of Arctic Daphnia in a recently deglaciated area. Molecular Ecology, doi: 10.1111/mec.13843

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2016. Nordvandet. Et levende spisekammer i Thuleregionen, Nordvestgrønland.’ Carlsbergfondets Årsskrift 2016. København: Carlsbergfondet (64-72). ISBN 978-87-991947-9-7

Hastrup, Kirsten; Janne Flora and Astrid O. Andersen. 2016. "Moving facts in an Arctic field: The expedition as anthropological method". Ethnography. (0) 2016: 1-19. DOI: 10.1177/1466138116636900

Spears B.M., Carvalho L., Futter M.N., May L., Thackeray S.J., Adrian R., Angeler D.G., Burthe S.J., Davidson T.A., Daunt F., Gsell A.S., Hessen D.O., Moorhouse H., Huser H. , Ives S.C., Janssen A.B.G., Mackay E.B., Søndergaard M. & Jeppesen E. 2016. Ecological instability in lakes: a predictable condition? Environmental Science & Technology 3285–3286

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2016. Knud Rasmussen: Explorer, Ethnographer, and Narrator. In Igor Krupnik, ed. Early Inuit Studies. Themes and Transitions, 1850s–1980s. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, pp. 111-136.

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2016. A History of Climate Change: Inughuit Responses to Changing Ice Conditions in North-West Greenland. Climatic Change, (0) 2016: 1-12. doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1628-y

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2016Climate Knowledge: Assemblage, Anticipation, Action. In Susan A. Crate and Mark Nuttall, eds. Anthropology and Climate Change. Coming of Age, London and New York: Routledge (35-57).

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2016. Feltarbejde i Thule. Sammenfiltringen af steder, folk og fortællinger. Tidsskrift for Kulturstudier 2016, 1: 62-79.

Hastrup, Kirsten. 2016. Global Food Security: A Grand Challenge of the Present Times. In Lars Jørgensen, Niels Lynnerup, Anne Løkke og Henrik Balslev eds. Food, Population and Health: Global Patterns and Challenges. Copenhagen: The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. Scientia Danica. Series H. Humanistica, 4, vol 7, pp. 161-168. 

Hastrup, Kirsten, Anne Marie Rieffestahl and Anja Olsen. 2016. Food Security. Changing Health Concerns in the Global North. Wiley’s Companion to the Anthropology of Environmental Health, ed. by Merrill Singer. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley and Son (257-280). 

Heide-Jørgensen, M. P., M.H. S. Sinding, N. H. Nielsen, A. Rosing-Asvid, R. G. Hansen. 2016. Large numbers of marine mammals winter in the North Water Polynya. Polar Biology, Vol 39(1), pp 1-10.

Andersen, A. O., J.K. Flora & M.P. Heide-Jørgensen. 2015. Aaverparpaggiit: et tværfagligt møde om hvalrosser. Tidsskriftet Grønland, pp. 225-236.

Fog Jensen, Jens; Martin Appelt, Mikkel Myrup, Henning Haack og Michelle Taube. 2015. Himmelsk og jordisk jern i Grønlands forhistorie – ny teknologi og gamle problemer. København: Nationalmuseets Arbejdsmark 2015, Pp 116-131.

Dietz, Rune; Gustavson, K; Sonne, C; Desforges J-P; Rigét, F; Pavlova, V; McKinney, M; Letcher, R. 2015. Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic modelling of immune, re-productive and carcinogenic effects from contaminant exposure in polar bears (Ursus maritimus) across the Arctic. Environmental Research 140, pp. 45–55. 

Sørensen, M. og B. Grønnow. 2014. På sporet af de første grønlændere i Melville Bugt – en beretning om en arkæologisk opdagelse under NOW-projektets feltarbejde, sommeren 2014. I: Tidsskriftet Grønland 4/2014, pp 228-241.